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Science Release: Hubble and Gaia team up to measure 3D stellar motion with record-breaking precision
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A team of astronomers used data from both the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and ESA’s Gaia satellite to directly measure the 3D motions of individual stars in a nearby galaxy. The achieved accuracy is better than anything previously measured for a galaxy beyond the Milky Way. The motions provide a field test of the currently-accepted […]

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2016 UFO Sighting: Bizarre Object Spotted On Slow Motion Video By Californian …
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In a similar news by UFO Sightings Daily, the witness accounted that he was at first "excited and sort of skeptical." He, later on, decided to upload the video on YouTube to show his family and friends and get their opinion about it. According to the …

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NASA Hopes Motion Tracking Tech Will Help It Build Better Space Stations
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NASA is working with Draper to develop motion tracking devices for the astronauts on the International Space Station. The data collected by the devices could help determine improvements for space habitat design. The colored dots are reference points …

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Motion Tracking Technology Will Help NASA Build Better Space Habitats
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As we send humans deeper into space for longer periods of time, habitat design is going to become a crucial part of mission planning. A clever new technology could help NASA figure out how astronauts use their environments, so that we can build much …

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Evolution in slow motion
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It is known today that merging galaxies play a large role in the evolution of galaxies and the formation of elliptical galaxies in particular. However there are only a few merging systems close enough to be observed in depth. The pair of interacting galaxies picture seen here — known as NGC 3921 — is one […]

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Space in Motion: Watch Gorgeous GIFs of Mars Sunset, Spinning Giant Asteroid
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Two of this week's most intriguing views of space combine NASA images into animated form. By Andrew Fazekas, for National Geographic. PUBLISHED May 15, 2015. 0. NASA spacecraft recently beamed back stunning images that, when combined, bring to …

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